“Travel With Interesting People”, TWIP is a loyalty software that uses artificial intelligence and psychographic data to predict travel behaviour.
On the first day of STAY WYSE Miami, a panel of experts hailing from different hospitality brands in North, Central and South America gave us their insights into current and future trends in the youth accommodation sector.
Contrary to popular belief, there is actually much more to Miami Beach than 90s rap and catching some winter rays on the beach.
As the spectrum of hostel offerings continues to expand, studying performance by tier can help operators understand what strategies and revenue management techniques may or may not be working.
Motto has been dubbed a ‘lifestyle micro-hotel’ and promises to offer travellers ‘affordable style in coveted urban destinations’.
Lauren Koenig is the Co-founder and CEO of TWIP, a loyalty software utilising artificial intelligence and psychographic data to predict travel behaviour. Short for “Travel With Interesting People,” TWIP is capable of modelling what is dubbed ‘Travanality’.
The influx of festival goers who descend on Edinburgh for the Festival Fringe leads to stellar results for the Scottish capital’s hostel market.
London hosteliers may be in for a surprise. July, which historically is one of the highest-demand months each year, experienced losses in occupancy, average daily rate (ADR), and revenue per available bed (RevPAB).
After openings in Paris and Hossegor and with seven signed projects, this is the first JO&JOE in the German-speaking region. JO&JOE’s entry into Austria underpins the brand’s international expansion plan.
By Kelsey Fenerty Germany is the birthplace of hostels, so it should be no surprise that its capitol city, Berlin, is a haven for backpackers, with roughly 100 hostels and some of the best-known. Economy and midscale hotels provide competition, accounting for 44% of...